Walked a bit today around noon and after on Small Business Saturday. Here are some of the scenes that were seen.
An unmanned police vehicle parked seemingly too close to a fire hydrant.
Yep, and taking up part of a bagged meter space and half of a yellow curb space.
Two of the classy bags cloaking the “bagged meters.”
Need more signs that print is not being used as much?
Lots of electric meters; looks like apartment dwelling.
Beer can. Waiting for … ?
Side view of the property current owned by — yet trying to be passed off — the Columbia Economic Development Corporation.
Ice melt crystals were spread on the sidewalk in front of the former bank building in the three hundred block Locust Street.
Darn, two parking spaces in front of The Mayfly on Third Street.
Saw a couple properties with for sale signs.
Saw a sign with one bedroom on a property on Fourth Street. A Rick Wennerstrom sign is on the porch. Suppose this is a rental, since Rick Wennerstrom Property Management generally handles rental properties. At least, that’s the jist of the Yelp commenters here: https://www.yelp.com/biz/rick-wennerstroms-property-management-lancaster
Perhaps the smallest retail outlet in Columbia, yet this place was not open for Small Business Saturday. Here is the list of Columbia’s Small Businesses who were participating in Columbia’s Small Business Christmas Cash Drawing.
Always dependable, always majestic: The Susquehanna and The Bridge.